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March Documentary Film Festivals

If the autumn months are the ‘Christmas’ for documentary film festivals, then March would be the ‘Thanksgiving’. Numerous well-known documentary film festival take place all around the world in March … Continue reading

05/03/2013 · Leave a comment

X-Mas Greetings

Dear friends & followers Docs & Film Festivals wishes you and your families Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Hope you enjoy the holidays and get to see lots of … Continue reading

23/12/2012 · Leave a comment

Last sitting

Today marks the 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death and it´s fitting to dedicate this post to documentaries about the icon. Monroe was 36 years old when she died and … Continue reading

06/08/2012 · Leave a comment

Tales of a Sea Cow

Tales of a Sea Cow, a film by artist Etienne de France, will be screening at Reykjavik Art Museum (by Tryggvagata, Reykjavík) in collaboration with the French Embassy and Reykjavik … Continue reading

02/05/2012 · Leave a comment

Oslo Dokumentarkino

With film festivals like Eurodok, Oslo International Film Festival and Human Rights Human Wrongs Documentary Film Festival to name a few, there is plenty of good documentaries screening in cinemas … Continue reading

18/04/2012 · Leave a comment

Tampere Doc Winners

The 42nd Tampere International Film Festival ended on Sunday in Tampere, Finland. The festival is the only Scandinavian documentary and short film festival on the so called A-list festival list … Continue reading

12/03/2012 · Leave a comment

March Film Festivals

March is a busy film festival month with more than 100 film festivals in Europe alone according to the festival directory of the British Film Council. With documentary films in … Continue reading

02/03/2012 · Leave a comment

The Palace

Sundhöll Reykjavíkur a.k.a The Reykjavík Swimming Palace is the center of documentary The Palace, directed by Héðinn Halldórsson and Steindór Gunnar Steindórsson. An architectural landmark in Reykjavík, the swimming poll … Continue reading

18/02/2012 · Leave a comment

When your enemies become your friends

Masha Drokova is a spokesperson for NASHI, Putin´s political youth organisation in Russia. Being as active she is within the NASHI, Masha has a bright future a head of her, … Continue reading

16/02/2012 · Leave a comment

The Sunday Doc

Sunday nights are ideal documentary nights and this time Docs & Film Festivals wants to reccoment three interesting docs to watch. The docs are all on Mubi.com and can be … Continue reading

12/02/2012 · Leave a comment